The cats featured below are available for adoption to a loving home. Contact us regarding adoption fees.
Hello, my name is Charlie Ray. I have lived at the Cat Clinic of Roswell since mid-summer 2013. I was rescued by Dr. Ray’s mommy in North Georgia. When I arrived at the clinic, they were concerned about my right eye because it was very infected and swollen shut. Dr. Ray treated me with medical care daily and gave me a warm, loving environment to grow and prosper in. After about a month, my eye was healing well and the staff at CCOR had already grown to love me. Dr. Ray decided to keep me as a house cat with the ability to be adopted out to the BEST, MOST LOVING home ever. I would do best as an only pet and I require daily love, attention, and playtimes because I am a young, affectionate boy. If you are interested in meeting me, stop by the Cat Clinic or give them a call.
P.S. I LOVE visitors!
Hi there. My name is Howell and I’m a current resident at the Cat Clinic of Roswell. My previous owner couldn’t keep everyone in my previous home happy so he turned to Dr. Ray for help. When I arrived here, I was kind of scared because it was something different. In less than a week, I felt right at home, knowing that the staff and other cats were friendly. I’m a HUGE lover and will be happy lounging around in the sun or on soft cuddly things. I like to act like a dog at times because I’m a big handsome boy, so I want to strut my stuff. Within the first few weeks, all the people at CCOR started to really love me and gave me all the love and attention I could ever ask for. Dr. Ray wants me to be adopted out to a very caring, understanding, loving family. If you want to meet me, come by the Cat Clinic and say hi!
My name is Zoe and I’m a shy little girl. My previous owners had a family member develop allergies against cats and it got to the point that I couldn’t give them my love and affection without causing issues. I really like to lay about on warm, fuzzy things and watch the birds outside. I love neck and chin scritchings and purring is my number 1 priority! After my check up with Dr. Ray, he feels that I would be better suited in a home with no other animals, however I am very affectionate and would do well with kids. If you think I sound like a great addition to your family, come visit me!